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    Coronavirus Update

    All Barrington 220 school buildings are closed to students through at least April 30. Click to read more.

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    Jump Start

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    Board Update: 3/17/20

    Dr. Harris shares his latest coronavirus update with the Board of Education.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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     "Our passionate and dedicated staff is committed to all students' academic and linguistic growth, while supporting social-emotional development within a safe and caring school environment. Students’ wrap-around support is strengthened by comprehensive parent and community connections.” 

    "El personal apasionadamente dedicado de la Escuela Primaria Sunny Hill está comprometido con el crecimiento académico y lingüístico de todos los estudiantes, mientras apoyando el desarrollo socio-emocional dentro de un ambiente escolar seguro y afectuoso. El apoyo integral de los estudiantes se fortalece con las conexiones integrales de los padres y la comunidad."

    Dr. Cynthia Armendariz-Maxwell
    Principal
    Sunny Hill Elementary School

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A message from Dr. Harris: . . Dear #BSD220 Community, . First and foremost, I want to say thank you. On Tuesday, March 17 registered voters in the Barrington 220 community overwhelmingly passed a $147 million bond referendum, which will greatly impact the future of our schools. . According to preliminary results, the question was approved by voters with 63% yes votes and 37% no votes. . Especially at a time like this, when our nation and our community are facing unprecedented challenges, it is amazing to see the Barrington area stand behind our schools. Together we will get through this pandemic challenge and our community will be stronger than ever before. . This vote is the culmination of a three year community engagement process, which involved collaboration and feedback from parents, students, teachers, administrators, Board of Education members, community members, and architects, about the future of our schools. Thanks to their hard work and dedication, along with your community support at the polls, Barrington 220 will be able to: Significantly enhance safety and security at every school, Better prepare our students for a successful future and Protect the community’s investment in our school buildings by repairing things like roofs, windows, electrical systems, plumbing systems, heating and air conditioning. . We will soon begin working with our architects and engineers to develop detailed project plans and drawings. Construction will likely begin in Spring 2021 and will happen in phases over several years. . Thank you again for your support in making sure Barrington 220 remains a destination school district in the years to come. ❤️

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